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About the Bucks Activity Project

Contact us

Get in touch with our team using the details below.

Monday - Friday, 09:00 - 17:00

We also provide an answer phone service for calls made outside of normal office hours.


Bucks Activity Project Office
201 Buckingham Road
HP19 9QF

Get directions

01296 438230

[email protected]

What we do

We work with families and children aged 0-19 who have a disability and need additional support. We offer short breaks for children who can take part in fun activities and group activities, appropriate for all ages and disabilities, with experienced staff to support them.

Bucks Activity Project provides quality short break activities to support children and young people to take part in activities across Buckinghamshire County.

We provide:

  • Holiday Activities
  • Weekend Sessions
  • Youth Clubs
  • Out and About
  • Fun days
  • Family Trips

We are a not-for-profit charity driven by our desire to make a difference which helps us to be innovative and flexible. If we can help you, we will. We are pretty good at what we do. Please look through this site to discover what makes us special.

Why you should trust us with your child

We are a charitable organisation driven by our desire to make a difference and see disabled children have fun.

Like you, we want to see a world where disabled children, young people and their families have the support they need to be able to do what they want to do when they want to do it. We want the children we support to have fun and happy lives with the added benefit of giving a break to their family.

We do this by always working in partnership with families. 

We will:

  • Always strive to provide the best possible outcomes for disabled children and young people
  • Be totally committed to offering quality care and opportunities for success in personal growth and overall achievement
  • Help the children, young people and families that we work with to live the lives they choose by providing fun, inclusive and flexible support.
  • Help to develop children’s physical, intellectual, sensory and creative abilities through the activities we do
  • Promote their social, emotional and cultural understanding
  • Continually consult with families, carers, health professionals and schools to form clear care plans and risk assessments

This approach encourages independence, individuality and freedom of choice, and helps children and young people to grow up strong.

Our members of staff are highly skilled in communicating with children and young people who have limited or no verbal communication, enabling every child to have a voice and communicate their hopes and needs.

We aim to provide the best care possible and to enable children to live fun and happy lives.